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I am a biology teacher who has many years’ experience working in the social care sector including managing care homes and home care services. I have been teaching health and social care and science since 2015, mostly to level 3 students. I believe learning is an active process helped by visualization of the processes. I create visual resources for both health and social care and science including BTEC and Cambridge Technicals in health and social care, BTEC applied science and GCSE biology.

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I am a biology teacher who has many years’ experience working in the social care sector including managing care homes and home care services. I have been teaching health and social care and science since 2015, mostly to level 3 students. I believe learning is an active process helped by visualization of the processes. I create visual resources for both health and social care and science including BTEC and Cambridge Technicals in health and social care, BTEC applied science and GCSE biology.
BTEC Applied Science Unit 1: Biology illustrated notebook bundle
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BTEC Applied Science Unit 1: Biology illustrated notebook bundle

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For BTEC level 3 Applied Science unit 1: Prinicples and Applications 1 – Biology This 5 book set of illustrated revision notebooks covers all the content required for the biology sections of this unit – from B1 to B3. It makes full use of pictures and visual representations to help make the content more accessible for all students. The books include spaces for students to make their own notes but they are guided on what to make the notes on. This ensures they have adequate notes to revise from but that they have had to think to create them ensuring deeper learning. Each book also has a test your knowledge question to help revision. Each book comes in an editable and printable version to suit your lessons. There is also a self-test version so students can fill a page and then check their work against the answer page at a click of a button. The books in the series are: Cell structure and function Cell specialisation Epithelial and endothelial tissue Muscle tissue Nervous tissue If you are not sure whether they are right for you, why not try book 2 Cell Specialisation for free. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12597510
BTEC Applied Science Unit 5: Biology illustrated notebook bundle
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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5: Biology illustrated notebook bundle

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For BTEC level 3 Applied Science unit 5: Principles and Applications 2 – Biology This 4-book set of illustrated revision notebooks covers all the content required for the biology sections of this unit – from B1 to B4. It makes full use of pictures and visual representations to help make the content more accessible for all students. The books include spaces for students to make their own notes, but they are guided on what to make the notes on. This ensures they have adequate notes to revise from but that they have had to think to create them ensuring deeper learning. Each book also has a test your knowledge question to help revision. You can either print the book to hand write on or students can type on the editable PDF directly. There is also a self-test version so students can fill a page and then check their work against the answer page at a click of a button. The books in the series are: Cardiovascular system Ventilation and gas exchange Urinary system Cell transport mechanisms If you are not sure whether they are right for you, why not try book 2 (Ventilation and gas exchange) for free. link
BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Lymphatic System Illustrated Notebook
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BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Lymphatic System Illustrated Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 6-page illustrated notebook on the lymphatic and immune systems is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The lymphatic and immune systems notebook includes: Diagram of the lymphatic system to label Details of the components of the lymphatic system and their functions How lymph is formed The different types of lymphocytes and how each works How memory cells are formed Disorders of the lymphatic and immune system A test your knowledge page at the end.
BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Anatomy and Physiology Illustrated Revision Notebooks
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BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Anatomy and Physiology Illustrated Revision Notebooks

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 16 book set of illustrated notebooks on all the systems covered in the unit is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The notebooks included in this bundle are: Cells Tissues Organs Energy Genetics Homeostasis Cardiovascular system Respiratory system Skeletal system Muscular system Digestive system Endocrine system Lymphatic and immune systems Renal system Reproductive system
BTEC level 3 Applied Science Unit 5 - Biology: Cell Transport Mechanisms Notebook
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BTEC level 3 Applied Science Unit 5 - Biology: Cell Transport Mechanisms Notebook

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Revision workbook for B1 of unit 5 (Principles and Applications 2) Applied Science BTEC level 3. Cell transport mechanisms. This 12-page notebook can be used for notetaking during lessons to encourage students to make their own notes rather than copying from a PowerPoint. Students will have to think carefully to make relevant notes on the different topics. Alternatively, this notebook can be used for revision purposes by encouraging students to fill in the sections without looking at their notes. The test your knowledge page at the end also serves to check their understanding. A completed notebook is available as well as a self-test version so that students can check their answers against sample answers by clicking a link. The revision notebook includes the full requirements of the specification including: • The structure of the cell membrane • The structure and polar nature of the phospholipid • Why the phospholipids form a bilayer • The need for transport across the membrane • Which substances can or cannot cross the phospholipid bilayer • Diffusion across the membrane • Facilitated diffusion • Active transport using pumps • Active transport using co-transport mechanisms • Osmosis • Endocytosis and exocytosis • The implications of surface area to volume ratio • The need for specialised exchange surfaces • A test your knowledge page Other revision notebooks available for this unit: • Cardiovascular system • Ventilation and gas exchange • Urinary system If you are not sure if it will meet your needs, why not try the ventilation and gas exchange notebook for free link Illustrated revision notebooks are also available for Principles and Applications 1 (unit 1).
BTEC Applied Science. Unit 1: Nervous Tissue illustrated notebook
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BTEC Applied Science. Unit 1: Nervous Tissue illustrated notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Applied Science unit 1: Prinicples and Applications 1 - Biology Would also suit A level Biology This 14-page illustrated notebook on the nervous system is available in printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. I have also included a self-test version where students can fill in a page then click the link at the bottom of the page to check the answer. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words which they would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory – the self-test version is ideal for this purpose. Research has also highlighted the effectiveness of dual coding to aid student understanding and recall. This notebook makes maximum use of dual coding with the use of high-quality illustrations. Completed notebook included in the resource. The nervous tissue notebook covers the requirements of B3 that relates to nervous tissue and includes: • Overview of the organisation of the nervous system • Structure of motor and sensory neurons • Reflex arcs • Function and structure of the myelin sheath • Resting and action potential as an overview and in detail • Saltatory conduction • EGC traces Synaptic transmission Types of neurotransmitter Effect of drugs on synaptic transmission
BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Digestive System Illustrated Notebook
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BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Digestive System Illustrated Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 9-page illustrated notebook on the digestive system is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The digestive system notebook includes: Diagram of the digestive system to label Functions of the components of the digestive system Functions of the digestive system as a whole including ingestion, digestion, aborption and egestion Details of how peristalsis works Products of digestion and what they are used for Location of secretion of enzymes and the substrate they digest Deamination of excess amino acids and other roles of the liver Absorption of nutrients Role of microorganisms Disorders of the digestive system A test your knowledge page at the end.
BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Respiratory System Illustrated Revision Notebook
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BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Respiratory System Illustrated Revision Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 7-page illustrated notebook on the respiratory system is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The respiratory system notebook includes: Diagram of the structure of the respiratory system to label Functions of ciliated epithelium and squamous epithelium Process of ventilation including changes of pressure Gas exchange and how the lungs are adapted for this Disorders of the respiratory system A test your knowledge page at the end.
BTEC Applied Science. Unit 1: Epithelial tissue revision notebook
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BTEC Applied Science. Unit 1: Epithelial tissue revision notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Applied Science unit 1: Prinicples and Applications 1 - Biology This 8-page illustrated notebook on epithelial and endothelial tissue is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. I have also included a self-test version where students can fill in a page then click the link at the bottom of the page to check the answer. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words which they would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory – the self-test version is ideal for this purpose. Research has also highlighted the effectiveness of dual processing to aid student understanding and recall. This notebook makes maximum use of dual coding with the use of high-quality illustrations. Completed notebook included in the resource. The cell structure and function notebook covers the requirements of B3 that relates to epithelial and endothelial tissue and includes: • Locations of both types of tissue within the body • Different types of cells that make up epithelial tissue • Structure and function of squamous epithelium • Structure and function of ciliated epithelium • Causes and effects of COPD including emphysema and chronic bronchitis • Locations of endothelial tissue • Function of endothelial tissue in arteries and veins • Function of endothelial tissue in capillaries • Atherosclerosis including formation and risk factors • A test your knowledge section at the end
BTEC Applied Science unit 1. Muscular Tissue Revision Notebook
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BTEC Applied Science unit 1. Muscular Tissue Revision Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Applied Science unit 1: Prinicples and Applications 1 - Biology This 11-page illustrated notebook on muscular tissue is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. I have also included a self-test version where students can fill in a page then click the link at the bottom of the page to check the answer. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words which they would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory – the self-test version is ideal for this purpose. Research has also highlighted the effectiveness of dual coding to aid student understanding and recall. This notebook makes maximum use of dual coding with the use of high-quality illustrations. Completed notebook included in the resource. The muscular tissue notebook covers the requirements of B3 that relates to skeletal muscle tissue and includes: • Locations of skeletal and other types of muscle tissue within the body • Gross and fine structure of skeletal muscle tissue • An overview of sliding filament theory • Sliding filament theory in step by step detail • The differences between fast and slow twitch muscle • Suitability of fast or slow twitch muscle for specific activites • A test your knowledge section at the end
BTEC Health and Social Care: Unit 3 - Reproductive System Illustrated Notebook
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BTEC Health and Social Care: Unit 3 - Reproductive System Illustrated Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 12-page illustrated notebook on the reproductive system is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The reproductive system notebook includes: A diagram of the female reproductive system to label A diagram of the male reproductive system to label Details of functions of the different components of the reproductive systems Disorders of the male reproductive system Disorders of the female reproductive system Cell division both mitosis and meiosis Spermatogenesis Oogenesis Foetal growth through the trimesters Stages of birth Factors that affect development of the foetus Effects of teratogens A test your knowledge page at the end.
BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Cells Illustrated Revision Notebook
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BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Cells Illustrated Revision Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 7-page illustrated notebook on cell structure is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The cell structure notebook includes: Cell diagram to label Structure and function of each of the organelles More detail about the structure of the cell membrane The relationship between cells, tissues, organs and organ systems A test your knowledge section at the end
BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Cardiovascular System Illustrated Notebook
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BTEC Health & Social Care: Unit 3 - Cardiovascular System Illustrated Notebook

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For BTEC level 3 Health and Social Care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology This 11-page illustrated notebook on the cardiovascular system is available in both printable and editable PDF to allow for choice and comes with a completed version. Research has proven that students learn best when notes are written in their own words. This is partly because students have to think more clearly about the topic when they have to put it into words whichthey would not do if they copy from a PowerPoint. It is also because they are more likely to understand it later if it is in their own words. This notebook encourages students to write their own notes whilst guiding them on what to write the notes about. It is designed to be used alongside other learning activities about the topic. It can also be used as a revision aid where students can try to complete the pages from memory. Biology is a subject that benefits from a good imagination in order to visualise the structures and processes involved. The high quality illustrations used in this notebook enable students to develop good visualisations to help them learn. The cardiovascular system notebook includes: Functions and gross stucture of the cardiovascular system Details of pulmonary and systemic circulations Heart to label Details of which substances are exchanged between cells and blood Diagram of heart to label the valves Details of the cardiac cycle Details of control of heart beat including diagram to label and role of nervous system Structure of blood Structure and functions of the different blood vessels including how the structure enables the function Disorders of the cardiovascular system A test your knowledge page at the end.
Bumper revision game bundle for anatomy and physiology (BTEC health and social care)
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Bumper revision game bundle for anatomy and physiology (BTEC health and social care)

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Revision game bundle for BTEC health and social care unit 3: anatomy and physiology Students learn best when they are enjoying themselves and revision games help them to do that. However, variety is also important. This bundle includes a good variety of different games to keep the students interested and engaged. Games included: Specialist subject quizzes covering all of the organ systems Reproductive system bingo Nervous system catchphrase Lymphatic and immune system Wheel of Fortune Body organ dominoes Cell biology catchphrase Tissue Guess Who Energy Find the Lie Genetics matching pairs Homeostasis bingo Cardiovascular system blockbusters Respiratory system Wheel of Fortune Skeletal system matching pairs Muscular system matching pairs Digestive system dominoes Enzyme sorting game Endocrine quiz Renal system mastery game Reproductive system maze Disorders revision game If you are not sure whether these resources are right for you, why not try the following for free: Anatomy and physiology specialist subject quiz 1 [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12527721] Reproductive bingo [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12527730] Nervous system catchphrase [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12527732] Lymphatic and immune system wheel of fortune [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12527734] Body organ dominoes [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12527736] Resources come with answers and instructions where appropriate.
BTEC health and social care anatomy and physiology tissue Guess Who
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BTEC health and social care anatomy and physiology tissue Guess Who

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Tissue Guess Who for BTEC level 3 health and social care unit 3: anatomy and physiology I find that students find it difficult to differentiate between the different types of tissues. Tissues can be divided into to specific groups making it the perfect subject for a game of Guess Who. Each student or small team should have a set of cards laid out in front of them in four rows of four. Each student can choose (or have chosen) a tissue that the other team has to guess. They must take it in turn to ask the other team about their tissue to gradually eliminate possibilities and eventually guess their tissue. To avoid random guesses, students are not allowed to guess the actual tissue until they are down to just two options. Instead, they could eliminate tissues by asking questions about the type of tissue (connective, muscle?) or functions or locations within the body. When tissues have been eliminated, those cards should be turned face down. This is a surprisingly challenging game as students need to know a lot of features of all the tissues in order to correctly eliminate cards. Playing in small teams allows students to discuss features with each other enhancing their learning further. The resource consists of two PDF sheets containing 8 tissue cards each. Remember to print single sided in order to cut the cards out. It is a good revision game to bring out any time after the main topic has been covered and will last about half an hour. If you like this resource, why not try the anatomy and physiology revision game bundle which includes different games for each of the different topics for this unit.
BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 - Biology: Urinary System illustrated revision notebook
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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 - Biology: Urinary System illustrated revision notebook

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Revision workbook for B3 of unit 5 (Principles and Applications 2) Applied Science BTEC level 3. This 13 page notebook can be used for notetaking during lessons to encourage students to make their own notes rather than copying from a PowerPoint. Students will have to think carefully to make relevant notes on the different topics. Alternatively, this notebook can be used for revision purposes by encouraging students to fill in the sections without looking at their notes. The test your knowledge page at the end also serves to check their understanding. The revision notebook includes all of the requirements of the specification including: The functions of the urinary system The structure of the urinary system and function of the various parts The structure of the nephron The functions of the different parts of the nephron Details of the structures required for ultrafiltration Details of the function of the loop of Henle How ADH affects the reabsorption of water The role of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system Kidney disease and the problems it causes Kidney transplants and issues surrounding them Dialysis including how it works and details of haemodialysis and CAPD. Test your knowledge section at the end Illustrated revision notebooks are also available for Principles and Applications 1 (unit 1).
BTEC L3 unit 5 Individual Needs Blockbuster quiz
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BTEC L3 unit 5 Individual Needs Blockbuster quiz

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Quiz to be used with a Blockbusters grid including 15 questions to test students’ knowledge on skills and attribues as well as equality and diversity. Aimed at students completing BTEC level 3 in Health and Social Care unit 5: Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs.
BTEC health and social care anatomy and physiology body organ dominoes
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BTEC health and social care anatomy and physiology body organ dominoes

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Body organ dominoes for BTEC health and social care unit 3: Anatomy and Physiology Test the students’ knowledge of body organ structure, location and function with this dominoes game which includes 30 questions on body organs. The game includes 30 dominoes with a question on the right-hand side and an answer to another question on the left. Students need to match questions to answers to complete a circle of dominoes. Students benefit greatly from discussing answers with their peers and this game can benefit from this if you give a set of dominoes cards to a small group or even give just one card to each student, so they must check with other students to match the correct questions and answers. This resource is much more fun than just answering 30 questions on a topic. Students can also each have a set of cards to aid individual revision. The resource includes: • PDF with 30 dominoes cards to cut out (cut around the solid lines but leave the dotted lines uncut). • Answer sheet to check students have answered correctly. This game can be used as a starter revision activity or a plenary at the end of the topic. It could also be used nearer to the time of the exam as a revision aid for this topic. If you like this resource, why not try: • Subject specialist quizzes which include questions for each of the main topics of the anatomy and physiology unit. • The anatomy and physiology revision game bundle which includes different games for each of the different topics for this unit.